Here are my step-by-step pictures so you can see how I put it together.
Oh, I forgot to mention my old hymnal that I found at an antique store. I use this hymnal often
as it has come in handy for many projects. I shred a page in the hymnal to add to the project.
I added some spanish moss to the empty jar and then I added the shredded music page.
Then, I placed the nest inside. See the little feathers inside the nest? I thought that was cool!
I added twigs to the jar and then I used a small piece of twine
and tied 2 of the twigs together.
I wanted to add a little something special, so I typed (Times Roman font)
a flashcard and printed it on cream colored card stock.
I cut it out and rounded the corners to make it look "authentic".
I clipped it onto one of the twigs with my tiny clothespins.
Then, I put the lid on and viola!
I just have to choose the best place for it to rest....
Anyway, that's one of my Salvation Army finds that I have made over.
Now to get busy on the others!
Until next time, be blessed!
* P.S. - I linked this post to Tatertots and Jello Weekend Wrap Up Party and to Shabby Nest and Homestead Simple.